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April 26, 1947

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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„ 8 • April 26, 1947 Mts.n CJIy Globe-Giieltt, M.son city. la. Jury Convicts Farmer for Drunken Driving; Other Matters Heard Charles City — Henry Gjctley Decorah, farmer, has until May to file an appeal for a new tria following his conviction here by jury of 7 women and 5 men on charge of operating a motor ve hide while intoximated. This wa Gjetley's second trial on the sam offense. A jury at the January term of district court was unabl to agree on a verdict, standing a 6 for acquittal and 6 for conviction. Three other defendants, charged with a like offense, pleaded guilty in justice court to a lesser charge of reckless driving, and each were fined $100 and costs, the original charge being dismissed in district court. Pleading guilty to the lesser charge were Francis Edward Fogarty, Frank J. Wallace and Burdette Ferch. Also in district court. Judge William P. Butler, heard the guilty plea of Leonard Stadtlander, farm hand, to a charge of grand larceny, and sentenced him to one year in the county jail. The sentence was suspended on condition that he would make restitution of $80 taken from the home of a former employer, Ed Lines, farmer, south of Rockford, on March 20, while the Lines family was away from home. Stadtlander was paroled to Sheriff B .F. Atherton, pending Ins good behavior. Iceland's hotels are heated by water from hot springs. AT UNIVERSITY OF SCOUTlNG-Pictured above is a section of thelTsTs'sion'of * University of Scouting conducted at the Lincoln school Friday night. The group is le up of Cub leaders, shown trettjntr insr.riir-Hnne in h^n^^-ft- f ro ^ Glenn Gilbert are, from left, Cari Clarion, and Mr. o made up of Cub leaders, shown getting instructions in handicraft " Ub '" CO1SS0 ' atxtreraeight In the HEAR Better with the only hearing aid MADE and GUARANTEED by the makers of ALL the BELL TELEPHONES. kJC\A/ Convenient,-. miniat P< C YY batteries. . . . OPERATES hour. lor as little as MODEL 64 WESTERN ELECTRIC HEARING AIDS FREE DEMONSTRATION Mason City, Iowa 9 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. Wednesday, April 30 Hanford Hotel Oar Mr. Br.un win bc ,| ad ,„ help you. Have » FKEE test made x- 'nSr, he ? rin * ln » 'ew minutes. »« Obligation. Regular service [or ALL hearing aid users and BATTEBIES FOB ALL MAKES. AUDIPHONE CO. T 1'ears at Gil Fli-minj Buildinc In Des Moines left to right, are the Rev. „. D. Boggle, Nora Springs; Wayne- H. Cole, Charles City- Edward Gabel, Kanawha; Frank Arnold, Forest City, and Mrs. Henry Africa, .Rockwell. The present school is one of the finest leadership training events ever he)d in the Winnebago council, according to Scout Executive J. W. Norfolk. It was made possible by the support o£ the Mason City and Charles City Community Chests and the Friends of Scouting campaigns throughout the council. Close to 75 persons attended the session Friday. For the first time since the start of the school, the entire group met together for part Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 306 Second S. W. ph. 977 of the program—to see slides on the fundamentals of the Boy Scout program. This session was set up to point out that Scouting is one program with 3 parts: Cubbing for the boy of 9, 10, or 11 years oE age, Boy Scouting for the boy 12, 13, or 14 years of age and Senior Scouting for the boy 15 years of age and older. The rest of the program consisted of 4 group meetings, Cub leadership under the direction of Glenn Gilbert, Boy Scout leadership under the direction of H. E. Van Essen and his staff, senior scouting under the leadership ol Ray Rorick, and an advancer'; Scoutmasters course under th- e leadership of "Pete" Parks. The session next Friday night will be the final one for the Qub leaders. Certificates will be t/iy- en at that time to more thai" 20 Cub leaders who will" comf ;I e te the course. Scout leaders will have one more session a [tec Friday evening which will r ',e an overnight at Camp R<y , se velt where they will practice Ifte art of Scout camping. A LINE O'PIPE Stick to tb e Pipe—Let the Smoke Blow Where It Will HOME BUILDING The robim ([airy builds its nes Nor all the while, It worries not of shortages, or size pr style. It quickly finds material, AJU of the best. And woe/King steadily, it soon Ccinrpletes its nest. But pcqple when they start t build, J\' domicile, Find shortages on every hand, Tlo., cramp their style. Now cr ,uld it be that robins are Mi jre wise by far. The v hile it comes to building home/;, i.'han people are? VVhi(;h as we have mentioned jcfore, when it comes to home JuiW.njy, the robins are not much oncei-ned about shortages of »aerial. About the only thins that ets ''.hem down is a lack of mud 'hen they are building during a ry srpelL And people can help Hr,n a heap if they will let a little •after run on the ground and make J ittlc mud for the nest builders. __•_ Thought for today: Why is it lat the itching spot on one's back v always just where it cannot be cached with either hand. And if evolution is doing so men -to take care of physical needs of animals, how come it | has not evolved hands and arms that can reach the said itching spot? Mason City Musicians Get 11 Top Ratings Close to 200 Mason City musicians returned home * ram Rnnn Friday night with their share of honors from the state nr us°c contes They took a total of 11 division I ratings and 13 divi=i' m II rat nl n competition with- class AA-A schools a g In Friday's contest the concert band maintained 'ti For your New Yard Fence Let Us Show You Our RUSTIC WHITE CEDAR FENCE in seven foot sections L. A. MOORE LUMBER CO. Phone " 9 629 South Federol Avenue chorus, also a>, large group, likewise received the top rating. Other results of Friday not hitherto published were as follows: Snare drum solo—Sam Porter division I. ' Baritone euphonium—Don Me Donough, division I. Girls' glee club—division II. Cornet solo—Bill Nichols, division II. Previous announcements include the following: Treble voice medium —Donna Sharp, Janaan Wilts, division I. String bass solo—Shirley Groh Oboe solo—Georgia Yelland, II Bassoon solo — Miriam Evans division I rating. Tuba solo—James Farrer, divi sion I rating. Girls Trio (Vocal)—Division I rating. Having- sold my farm and am quitting farming, I will sell all my personal property at Public Auction at the farm located Z miles east and J mile north of Garner, on— WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30 SALE TO START AT 1:30 O'CLOCK 17 —HEAD OF CATTLE—17 6 mrlins caivcs: 4 smM 3 — HEAD OF HORSES — 3 ' HOGS I A* S °"' S> 5 W " h PigS at Side; 15 feed « . "eight about HAY AND GRAIN 200 bales of hay, in barn; stock of hay; 150 bushels of oats. 100 — WHITE ROCK HENS — 100 MAJESTIC REFRIGERATOR MACHINERY 21-inch Aultman Taylor THRESHING MACHINE in good condition. 24-ft, SANDWICH CORN ELEVATOR with Wagon Jack ^^O^S^^t^n^n^ P eerc corn P? c . kcr McCormick corn binder; John Deere 2-row 'corn el trailer; wagon and box; hand corn sheller; tank ls ° r . nc ° ncord , h a™ess; Economy Chief cream scp- fllTllTl*^ rnf\m tnTilm 10 ~ _- ... , ... Treble high solo—Denese Bredall, division II. B-flat clarinet solo — Harvey VonWald, division I; Wayne Campbell and Gerald Dean division II. Piano solo—Bonnie Nichols, division II. Mixed quartet—Division I. Bass clarinet solo—Joel Hanes division II. ' Trombone solo—Roger Judd, division II. Alto saxophone solo — Marilyn, Casey, division II. Cornet solo—Bill Nichols, division II. Girls' Sextet—Division II. In solos and ensembles the Miu son City students competed wit) class A schools and the lar« groups competed in class A, schools. Adults in charge of the ytu dents and accompanying thtw'i. t Boone, one of the 5 cities in ' state where the contests • \\-er held, included the following: ij Ruth Behrens, vocal instrijc Miss Marjorie Smith, orcb csfra Carleton Stewart, band; J. J Fitz geralci, band; Henry Pavae "band Principal Harold Snyder •"'H C Pendergraft, Miss France s Fores ter, Vernon Moon, Perji 3 Brunsvold, Miss Helen Fuller ton For- bihty of the parenl s and the state IN or does it merely help, upon occasion, the agree I man and his wife, upon whon-, economic dis aster has struck, Jt provides for T en V,. h ° m !:' - w many Particulars better than any home they have ever kr .own. The Moose Order does m ,t provide this for them for a da,' -, or for a month, or lor a year, bv t for life. "The Moow> Order in its philanthropic and humanitarian enterprises always 7 goes that step farther. Becau Be it does so al _ though one cif the youngest, it has grown to.'oG one of the greatest and strongest fraternities in the world. "If every one in the nation" concludes Brother McCormick, could sey • what the Moose is dong at Ntooseheart and Moose- haven, i [ -venture to say that our member? .hip would mount to millions, .jrcrt thousands." How nice it would be could some device be built into one's clothes so that he could operate it and scratch his own back when the itch developed into a serious menace to one's mental well being. OF WAYS THERE SEEMS TO BE A LACK. FOR ONE TO SCRATCH. HIS ITCHING BACK. -- 9 *^~ Maybe did some experienced driver spend a day driving around with a new driver it might help prevent accidents. There arc a lot of little tips that a more experienced driver could pass on to the new man at an automobile steering wheel. Said Gov. Blue to the labor people in his speech to them: "Iowa is one of the finest states on the face of the earth." But he failec exceedingly to mention that it was also one of the most tax ridden. NEWS of RECORD Births Reported (At Mercy HospiUD— Son to Mr. in* Mrs. Slturd lUjfJord. Manly. Friday. (At I'ark Hospital)—Diugbler to Mr. and Mrs. Kobcrl E, Holder. 741 Kith N. £.. Friday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Mason, Xbornton, Thursday. * Fires Reported The fire department was called when Mrs. Mable Sunnier locked herself out of her home at 3131- S. Delaware at Jl.-jtf a. m. Friday, Police Courts Intoxication—Henry Bowcn, Cedar Bap- ids, was fined S25 and costs. Esther KOIIDS. 13!i 1st N. W., and Benny Asper, 314 te S. Federal, were each fined JIO and costs. Oscar Kelly, HJi S. Delaware, forfeited a no bond. New Car Sales F. D. Pe«rce, 22 Beaumont drive, Ford: Harold Motors, Inc.. 21 2nd S. W., Mercury: Vlrjil A. Eppens, SIS President S. W., Oldsmobile. Building Permits 3 ' 5 S ' Vermo "'' AND WOULDN'T IT BE TERRIBLE DID THE STATE LEGISLATURE MEET EVERY YEAR. est Jacobs, Mrs. Earl Mrs. W. L. Bennett. Dean anc Ploy- • heat V 2 MatM-'lO "whe'e/ed TERMS: Cash. ROY W. HAMILTON, Prop. B. A. Recmtsma, Auct. Hancock County Nafl Bank, Clerk Moose Order Lauded lor Great W ork Mooseheart, HI. "There are many fraternities and many organizations kindred in character and all of them ' are doing a great work, writes •'.(.,£. McCormick, editor of Tacoi na Moose, official publication of 1 , 0 dge 435. Tacoma. Wash., in a rec ent article. 'Generally 'speaking, everyone is engaged in some form of charity. Each lift s up the fallen and with a wilh. Jg hanci Rives aid to .hose who are handicapped or have lost « ;u t in the struggle of life. "I am sf ire you will agree with me, he t ,-ontinues, "when I say that the Loyal Order of Moose goes fart' ner than any other or- ganizatioi i in its humanitarian work. It is not satisfied with an occasion; ii gesture in the name of chanty i 0 the underprivileged child. V{ is not satisfied with"an occasici rial donation at Christmas or to some fund. It takes the underr irivileged child as its own ana f boulders Ihe full responsi- Ler-er Brothers Report 10 Per Cent Price Cut on Soap, Other Products A 10 per cent cut in the prices •C Lever Brothers company's soap ind glycerine products was announced Saturday by Jack Grupp local representative of the firm. The statement follows: "In accordance with President Truman's urgent appeal to business leaders to reduce prices and being fully aware of the responsibility that rests upon American business to take effective measures in order to assure the economic well-being of our people Lever Brothers company has ordered a reduction of 10 per cent in the price of our soap and glycerine products. "These products include Lux Toilet Soap, Lux Flakes, Rinso, Lifebuoy, Swan and Glycerine. This follows a reduction Lever Brothers company made several days ago o£ 2 cents a pound in the price of Spry, our vegetable short- Considering the record of the present legislature, did it meet but once every 10 years it would be too often. From the looks of the pictures f the music festival queens so ar published in this most excel- ent newspaper, the queen judges lis year are going to enjoy a more ban usual tough time picking the ueen of the festival. The pictures ndicate a mighty fine, attractive unch of gals. —•— In case you are interested, the bright star in the evening southeast sky is the planet Jupiter. It is unusually beautiful this year and nell worth a slop and look. _ ^ And then there was the fellows who worked so hard their tongues hung out so far it looked like they were wearing red neckties. CAUGHT IN BEAUTY PARLOR-TtetThe'was caught by the photographer. He had a perfect right to be there as the sign shows. The gay blade is Arlyn Pippert of route 2, Mason City. Applying the finishing touches of a moustache to his already sportive outfit is Mrs. J. E. Vesterby, also of route 2, operator* of the beamy parlor. Pippert' was only one of a number of other men who invaded this "woman's domain" at the Odd Fellows hall Friday night at the "fun jamboree" which was also scheduled for a repeat performance Saturday night. The carnival proceeds are to help bolster the endowment fund of the Odd Fellows orphans and old people's homes in Mason City. The 25c admission ticket will admit one person either night. roof' «'i Donald Schaffer. remodel buildinc at Will S. Jefferson, S50. Mary Barber, remodel bulldini it 13 S. Federal. 519,800 B. E. and EILabelh Sanders, remodel Bouse at 4H N. Geortfa. J400. S E w IJr M- S n lMk ' "'*"'* hol " e *' K> 5lh r B SVf rd I ' lrdw - construct porch at 817 . Fillmore. $250. t "" i ""* P ° rch ** Jean Schulz, Luverne, 1st. Brass quartet (B-C-D)— Fertile, Lake Mills, 2nd. Drum ensemble (B-C-D)—Graettinger, Northwood, 2nd. Cornet solo (B-C-D)—Ronald Lechelt, Britt, 2nd. Boys' quartet (B-C-D)—Forest City, 2nd. Carl Patterson, construct house »t 609 . Jackson, $3,«00. .i°o*-i?p"B n l? aiel Gnmore - shiifle roof »t SoflG S. Federal, $220. Ray Seney, remodel bulldinr at 133y A. Federal, $iiO. reino4ti Realty Transfers ening. "Lever Brothers is not only willing, but anxious to pass along to American housewives all possible reductions, even beyond the amount of any savings which may accrue to us by reason of any downward trend in the price of raw materials. "Lever Brothers company is making these price reductions .lespitc substantial wage increases granted to Lever employes last month. Lever Brothers is trying o do its part." THE HEN AND THE EGG T. Pipe: There has Ions been an argument about which came first, the hen or the egg. Now I know. It was the egg. I had one for breakfast the other day, not in Mason City, that was older than any hen could ever be. Hoping you are the same. —Jeff. — •— For a ringside seat at a good scrap watch a couple of male robins go to it as they fight for the favors of a trim little female They sure do fight, vicious and make the feathers fly. And usually the while they fight, the female flys across the street to the neighbor's lawn and starts shining up to another rooster robin. The females of most species are lik'e that. — •_ looks as if Henry had to go away from home and get some real publicity. Which he is getting it at present and a plenty. MUSICIANS WIN STATE RATINGS Independence — The following North lowans placed in the music contest here: Snare drum solo (B-C-D)— Shirley Chandler, Nashua, 1st. Bass solo (B-C-D) — Marvin Zelle, Waverly, and Kay Christensen, 2nd. Marimba solo (B-C-D) ; —Joyce Larson, Waukon, 1st. Bell lyre solo (B-C-D—Louis Chenette, Aplington, 1st. Drum ensemble (B-C-D)— Waukon, Nashua 1st; Oelwein 2nd. Saxophone quartet (B-C-D)— New Hampton 2nd. Woodwind quartet (B-C-D)— Waverly and West Union 2nd. String bass solo (B-C-D)— Marie Mann, West Union 2nd. Boys' quartet (B-C-D)—West Union, Osage, New Hampton and Aplington 2nd. Violin solo (B-C-D)—Ruth Wheeler, Oelwein, 2nd. Boone—Additional North Iowa winners in the state music contest are: Mixed chorus (B)—Iowa Falls, Hampton, 1st. Tuba solo (B-C-D) —Bruce Johnson, Iowa Falls, .and Marvin Bergman, Hampton 1st. Concert band (B)—Iowa Falls, Hampton, 1st. Boys' glee club (B)—Hampton, 1st. Spencer—Winners in the state music contest here were the following North lowans: Snare drum solo (B-C-D)— Former Ball Player Suffers Eye Injury Manly— Mark Hansen is enjoying a visit from his brother, Eugene Hansen, who came from Tacoma, Wash. Mr. Hansen, well known baseball player, who was with the Western International League as umpire following a career as player, had great plans for the future, and expected to go to the coast again this season, when he met with an accident March 8, while engaged in working with steel, and the sight of one eye is impaired. Mr. Hansen is in a hospital at Rochester hoping to save the sight of that eye. NWU-24. >l| ]„ ,, 6 . 20 . u.^^c. >«•«*• Strahan. L. J. & Htlcn to J Frincii Beck U (WD) sw.i-13 * E't sStn ••• NWU-S4. all in sc-20. 13-17-46™ Strahan. L. J. i Helen 1 0 A ii. n F Beck 51 (WD) SW',i-13 & E°tNEU.23 m" I T. I i U , ^ '" Cec " McV i<*er SI MCI "-"idS- ""'"""' "eifhls. Add. to Cook, Richard Owen & Mary io Rollle Randall. Harold V. & Mary H to Cecil '"' i""S"c 0 "ir-rn* W'D I "'"" :lllo "» 1 •(Nth"' L ° U ' ; * J " & M » r 'C to" M. 3. & Haaheirn. M. ,1. * Edith („ GMrr( , LAST RITES HELD Riceville — Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Hendrickson, 89, were ield at the Riceville funeral home Friday, the Rev. Marvin Galbreath of the Free Methodist church officiating. Interment was n Riverside cemetery beside her husband who died about 6 months ago. She had been blind for many years. Salvage Calendar , FA , TS - DJI|V " '° your loeil 3ancorporation to Pay 40 Cent Dividend Directors of Northwest Bancor- oration Friday declared a divi- end of 40 cents per share on 1.47,767 shares of stock outstand- ng. payable May 25, 1947 to stock- olders of record as of the close : Business May 10, 1947. Total ividends of 80 cents a share were aid in 1946, as compared with 70 ents a share for the year 1945. VET ENTERS HOSPITAL Wesley—Dr. L. L. Pfcffer entered the Veterans' hospital in DCS Moines Thursday where he will have shrapnel removed from neck, chest and faco. His dental offices will be closed lor at least three weeks. If you are looking for a good book on birds, try reading "Audubon Bird Guide, Eastern Land Birds," by Richard H. Pough. It is a little the best book along this line we have ever read. Color plates of all birds listed. Your public library has a copy. TAKES OVER STORE Kensett—C. C. Estabrooks of Chisholm, Minn., who bought the H. Bang store at Kensett. has iaken over, and will keep the same personnel. Mr. Estabrooks has been in the mercantile business for several years, and will continue with the same line fosy on Patrt+fr-s one/ cj soy BETTER HURRYI Time Now to Order Your Summer SPORTSWEAR! Our new'spring fabrics are here . . . You have never seen a finer selection. • Doeskin Gabardines • Tropical Worsteds • Flannels BILLY HUGHES GLASGOW TAILORS 8 South Delaware Ration Calendar >'«•» Stamp books to replace lost onej for °, I 5'« S returned fr om service «?"'*" by u-'rinn,' 0 , "I* '*?."* "">' '« «£»!«« hint- " *»»" ,^v °"'" "' Pri " Admin- blration. 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